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I know you have a very fast 64 bit machine

Dream on! My 32-bit machine doesn't even have a virtual second core from hyperthreading.

I'm not sure what my work machine is, but it's also 32-bit.

My earlier run was on my work machine. This is on my work machine too:

This is Perl 5.010000 Rate range repeat isook unpack substr range 416206/s -- -6% -8% -45% -67% repeat 443742/s 7% -- -1% -41% -65% isook 450082/s 8% 1% -- -41% -64% unpack 756739/s 82% 71% 68% -- -40% substr 1257912/s 202% 183% 179% 66% -- This is Perl 5.010000 Rate range repeat isook unpack substr range 415726/s -- -5% -8% -47% -67% repeat 436462/s 5% -- -4% -44% -65% isook 454041/s 9% 4% -- -42% -64% unpack 779486/s 88% 79% 72% -- -38% substr 1262559/s 204% 189% 178% 62% --

(Threaded 32-bit build on linux)


In reply to Re^5: better (faster) way of writing regexp by ikegami
in thread better (faster) way of writing regexp by jodaka

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